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February 26, 1915 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-02-26

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THiE MICHI AN DAILY

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May

IGIlCLASS TAILORIiNG
is the keynote of our success. For 27
years w-e hatve been -masters in the
Art of Tailoring--. Our finished gar-
ruenzt looks right, wears right, and
staysright 'till ther fabric is worn out.
Thes quaities are in _addtition .to the
distinctionidiuaity, aHtl excelus-'
veii ss t ha Imakes ouitr Tailoring si a iid
(,rltt+ fron th ^rfcommon 't pl h ace. ~ c

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY~again.

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Official newspaper at the University of
Michigan. Published every morning except
Monday during the university year.
Fntered at the post-office at Ann, Arbor as
second-class matter.
Offices, Ann Arbor Press Building. SUb-
by carrier, $2.50; by mail, $2.50. WVant ad..
stations- Quiarry's, Univ. Pharmacy, C. 11.
D~avis, cor. P'ackard and State.

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Pluxcking off two good ones.

Y'4 1.>1L 11'L 'CLi\.1.'LL'4"C.<tY1:A':Y;' "Y"Al.+iz'!.

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IBijsineas 0fMice *Phone 96o
Editorial Office Phone 2414

Ask ff
AM&
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MaJestic "I'lleati'r

Gymnasium Goods
,Most complete stock iin Washtenaw.
If you are a
Track Candidate

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INDOOR
T RACK GOODS'

Our.Stock is the most Complete in the City

RUNNING CORKS
SUITS

PUSHEIIRS
SHOES

Anything in the line of Sporting Goods
GIOODS ALL GVIARANTE ED

Sh ea
STUDENTS' BOOKSTORE

TTRO1T UNITED LINES
ANN ARBOR TIME TABLE,
ed and Express Cars for Detroit--7':xo
nt. and hourly to 6:io p. in., also 8:1o
m.
Cars for Detroit--5 :4o a. in., 6:o6 a. in,
every two hours to 6:06, p., II., 7:o6 p.
8:05 P. m., 9:15 P. iM., and 1o:45 p. mn.
Ypsilanti only: 7:4 a. mn., 8:2o a. rn,
o6 a. in., 5 :o6 p. mn., 11:15 P. ILI., 1215
11 1, 12:30 a. mn., 1 :oo a. mn.
ed Cars for Jackson-? :48 a. mn, and
rY twVo hours to 7.48 P. n.
Cars for Jackson-s:12 a. M., 6:5o a. in.,
every two hours to 6:5o P. in., also
5P. n., 11: z 5 p, . ,
TYPEWRITERS
=F Underwo( I and other,~
high-graCj machines,
Bought, Sold, Heated
and Exchanged at prices
consistentwith quality.
BWRITING & MIMEOGRAPHING
TYPE WRITING SUPPLIES
0. D. MORRILL
(Over Baltimore L~uuch),
5. State St. Phono 582-J
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11.. Beach Carrenter........Managing Editor
W. Sher wood field....... Business Manager
Fred [ ;ulk .. .......... .....News. Editor
Ix. F'. M elitmey......... ..Associate Vditor
Chester 1"1. Lang ..........Associate Editor
'P. llIawley Tapping..........sporting E.ditor
Asni t tants to B usiness, Maniager
John TLeonlard Ray Leffler
Rudolph Hioflan Arthur 1-1 Torirey
Night Editors
Tames AL Barrett, Jr. EE_ Rodgers Sylvester
>'. C. Roth Joseph J. Brotherton
Howard R. Marsh
Reporters
Edwin A. llymnati Jugene L. Bulson
Tomi C. Reid L. Greenebaum
J. C. B. Parker Lee F. Joslyn
Irwin Johnson Gerald Rosenbaum
Verne Burnett C. N. Church.
Vera Burridge Roy D. Lamond
11. A. Fitzgerald Edward P. Wrighit
F. A. Klann
Business Staff
Ferris Fitch Edward Mack
C. V. Sellers 'Y. R. Altsheler
G. I,. Kesler C. TP. Fisleigh
:Delos Smith Thatcher Rea
K"irk White
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915. 1
Night Editor-Lee E. Joslyn.
MEN'S DORMITORIES.
About 2,500 mien students live in pri-
vate homdes. A large portion of this
number is freshmen. Probably the ma-
jority of these men are satisfied with
their living conditions. On the other
hand, there are many who are not. The
ordlinary rooming' house is almost de-
voidI of conveniences for comfort. and
sociability. The remedly seems to lie
in the installation of dormitories.
rDormitories would help) unify the
student body. They would serve to deC-
velop a comimunity spirit which would
foster some of the traditions which are
groing down into disuse. But their
chief function would be to supply hy-
gienic and comfortable lodgings for
sttudents, at rates which would not be
so prohibitive as are the )irQ5Cnt prices
for the fear first-class roonis, in Annt
Arbor. D~ormitories are a long ways
oiff, it seems, for praLctical reasons, but
a general understanding of their ad-
vantages may aid in hastening their
comnin g.
Anent- "Worrietulum," one face-
ious contrib. writes to ask uis if it is
t rue, viz, does worry end 'em ?
I tat studious lJ(ersoit sneaking for
the library may be trying to avoid
roomy's callers.

Spring Styles Ready
C bhop oft a few
minutes and eait somye of
GEORGE'IMUO
314 S .State St. Phone 12441-tM
Look in at
514 E. William
Bu rrett, Brber

I',dgar Atchison Ely,, with a company
of four, presented a clever comedy
dealinag with the loss of a set. of false
k-0el i. as the headliner of the Majesictic
bill for tho ltist half of this week. Wil-
hug , Bentley and 'Willing pleased the
crowd, iprincilaally by using nmost of
their vocab~ularies in calling each oth-
er names. An ordinary singing and
dancing act, including five people, a
singing comedienne and an acrobatic
act complete a good bill.
Recently developed plans on voca-
tional counseling for university wom-
en include the bringing of* Miss Helen
Bennett, manager of the Chicago
branch of the Intercollegiate Bureau
of occupations to Ann Arbor two or
three times more during the present
year for consultation on vocational
training and the entrance into the va-
rious vocations.
Miss Alice Evans, 1004 Oakland Ave.,
will hold her last "at home" for uni-
versity women from 4:00 until 6:00
o'clock Saturday, March 6.
University women will have a new
bulletin board 'which will be placed in
the women's League room of Universi-
ty hall readly for use today or tomor-
row. Its purpose is as a mxedium for
official and unofficial communications
b~etween university women.
A section in a lower corner is to be
dlevoted to the use of Dbean Myra B.
,Jordan, Miss Evans, D~r. Pratt and
other women in ftaculty capacities.
Miss Kate Oglebay, national chair-
lutat of junior wvorkl of the D~ramna
League of America offers a prize of
:100 for the best two-act play for chil-
dren from sip to 16 years of age, writ-
ten by a member of the League in ac-
cordance with certaini requir~ements,
and submitted before June 1, 1915.
Further information concerning the
delA tIs oi'li tec(ompjetition may be ob-
tainted from lNliss Clara Belle Dunn, of
the rhetoric department.
F~EW (ASES OF STREPTOCOCCUTS
RIEP( wti,1) AT IWFAITIi OFFICES
Fiew cases of streptococcus throats
have been reported by the university
health service officials during the past
fe,-w weeks. This is remarkable be-
cause it was the same brand of weath-
er last year that caused the epidemic
of throat trouble on the campus, and
resultedl in so many cases of the infec-
tion.
D3r. 1I. H. Cummings, head of the
health service staff, said yesterday that

OUR AMBITION
WG desire to be your diruggist and supply you and your home
with all the needed sick roon-i supplies, as well as with all
toilet requisites and other goods carried by a high-class drug .store.
Quarry Drug Co.
The Druggists on the Corner. State and North University

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tUli verettv fllSic' ILouse
MRS. M. M. ROOT
Corner Maynard and William Streets
Victrola s
For Canoes
Complete Stock of Victor Records

You will always find the right thing, and every article
guaranteed at
WAHR'S.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

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Buy Now
-.._19.15-
Dade in America MerchandIse
Our Stock Always Shows Yon
Something New
SHROEN BROS.
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
Ready to wear. The store that
always treats you fair
124 S. MAIN
PHONE boo

are an evening dress
necessity.
The bosoms are
tucked, puffed, plea.-
ted or "mushroom."
$2.00 and up
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. Makers

Quass& Hall
r.12th and S. Univ. Phone 115

Proximity with a campuas
often makes a freshman feel
gerY still.

big man
even big-

r.

R.M. Parsons put the Wings
on

BUY

BE

Many who look into store windows
are peering at porn la(lours--not goods.
The old fashioned room-mate used
to go out for lunch at mid-night..
Some need a forum every night to
keep pace with changing ideas.

ITailors to Mon
Our Secial $30.00 SuitsI

Watch the Street Car Ads.

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______changeable weather such as is being
He knew everything in the course experienced in Ann Arbor at present
before he got into it. is especially favorable for the growth
______of the streptococcus germs. Up to the
Muddy feet on the back of our bench:; present time, he said the student body
are in order. has been almost immune from the in-
fection.
heetloaetrulssmevn ---this early. WANTED-Copies of Michigan D~aily
of Nov. 26. 5c per copy. Leave at
The eligibility squad swoops down Daily office this afternoon. 103

High Sic ,Weather
xIs Here
We have all styles of
black and tan shoe

Have
Q UALITY THAT
ULIF YS
Henry & Co.
711 N. University Ave.

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eNettleton Bond St.

in prices ranging from

$3.Sommto $A*

A Pleasant Way
to. Shave

Wah's SheStores
Stwte and Mlain Sts

yOU know, very 'Well that you can't get a comfortable
shave with cold or even lake warm water. You can

wdsswmml

have the best of soaps and the sharpest of blades ;
cold water will make sharing an agony.

but

;ingl asne Taxi
From 54c to 25cIfrom 6 A. M. to 11 P. M0

In a very f ew moments, with little trouble, you can
heat water in the"
ELECTRIC AL SHAVING MUG

A Lot off Comfort for
$1.75

nfl Aror TaICo..
ic 2280 515 E. Liberty

Eastern Michigan Edison Co.
Main and Williams Streets.

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